(a) No person shall engage in the practice of speech/language pathology, audiology
or dispense hearing aids or hold himself or herself out to the public in this State
as being qualified to practice the same; or use in connection with that person's
name, or otherwise assume or use, any title or description conveying or tending to
convey the impression that the person is qualified to practice speech/language pathology,
audiology or dispense hearing aids, unless such person has been duly licensed under
(b) Whenever a license to practice as a speech/language pathologist, audiologist hearing
aid dispenser in this State has expired or been suspended or revoked, it shall be
unlawful for the person to practice speech/language pathology, audiology or dispense
hearing aids in this State.
(c) The Board may issue separate licenses in speech/language pathology, audiology
and for hearing aid dispensers. A person may be licensed in more than 1 specialty if such person meets the requirements
of each specialty for which the person has applied for licensure.
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